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growth of large screen televisions in the home. consumers have warmed to the scale of big screen tvs and the great entertainment. we also see the growth of smart tvs. tvs used to be separate, unconnected devices just with an antenna or a cable connection. very increasingly they're internet connected. more than 60 % of our large screen tvs are being connected to the internet. so that means the tv becomes a connected part of the home, access to all of your video services through apps, access to content on other devices in the home so you can link your tv to your smartphone or to your tablet as well as even social media. so you're sitting back on your couch watching a tv program, you don't want to miss your social media. you can get those on your tv. so certainly in the next few years we'll see big, big growth in smart television. >> host: a lot of talk, though, about tablets and wireless and tv everywhere. how does samsung fit into that picture? >> guest: so as you might expect from samsung given the breadth of products we have -- smartphones, tablets, televisions, computers, appliance
th ultra-high definition tv so we see still the continued growth of large screen televisions in the home. we also see the growth of smart tvs. tv cease to be separate, unconnected devices with an antenna or a cable connection. now increasingly they are connected with more than 60% of the large screens tvs connected to the internet so that means the tv becomes a connected part of the home with access to your video services throughout, access to content on other devices in the home so you can link your tv to your smartphone are your tablet as well as view the social media so you are sitting back on your couch watching a tv program he don't want to miss your social -- so you can get those on your tv. certainly in the next few years we will see big growth in spar television. a lot of talk though about tablets and wireless and tv ever wear. how does samsung fit into that measure? >> guest: you might expect from samsung given the breadth of products that we have, smart phones, tablets, televisions, computers, appliances one of the areas we are investing the largest as multiscreen c
televisions in the home. consumers have gone to the scale of big screen tvs and great entertainment. we have also seen the growth of smart tv's. tv's used to be separate unconnected device just on a cable connection. now they are internet connected. more than 60% of our large screens tv's are being connected to the internet. so that becomes a connected part of the home. access to all of your video aveses through apps and other devices in the home so you can link your tv to your smartphone or tablet. so you are sitting back on your couch watching a tv program, you don't want to misyour social immediate yarks you can get those on your tv. so in the next few years we will see big growth in that. >> lot of talk about tablets and wireless and tv wherever, how does samsung fit into that picture? >> you might expect from samsung given products we have, smartphones, tablets, computers, appliances, one of the areas we are investing a lot is this multiscreen connectivity. you see a lot of users on your couch looking at the internet and texting or looking at the tablet. how do we link them to each othe
link tv, a world of creativity. >> syria is at the top of the agenda in munich. the israeli defense minister says that it is imminent. >> this is the world news, from al-jazeera. dozens of people have been killed in northern iraq after a suicide bomber attacked on a police headquarters. what is wrong with this picture? barack obama's shooting skills are on show as he plans to get tough on guns. back to the future, some people prefer to watch the world in black and white in britain. nearly 60,000 people killed in syria after two years, we finally might be looking at some diplomatic progress. for the first time, the president's chief ally, russia, with the help of the syrian national coalition, the foreign minister spoke to us on the sidelines of the security council meeting in munich. he says he wants to keep in regular contact with syrian opposition. iran is another staunch ally of the syrian president. after the 45 minute meeting, they talked about a way to remove the regime with the least possible bloodshed. there has been serious opposition to the presence of government subject t
are aware of panasonic television and cameras and things like that. you have a brand called your tv. what is that? >> your db is the latest innovation. -- your tv is the latest innovation. it will want their content when they wanted. they want to communicate. they want twitter. they want you to. they want to shop. they want that on your tv. we have facial and voice recognition. you say "my tv" and it is the coolest thing. >> is it on the market? >> this spring. >> 4k -- what is that? >> 4k is simple -- four times the resolution of what you have on your hdtv at home. it has the same qualities as digital cinemas you have been sitting around the world. when you see a movie, that is 4k. oled is another technology for display. we have the old, big boxes. the next is oled which is much more organic. o stands for organic led. it is also the most amazing thing. you have to go over to our booth and see it. >> what do you mean by organic? >> we as phosphorus and stead of semi conductors. it is much more greener than any display in the market are. >> what happened to 3d? it was all the rage last yea
establishment. that would be the telephone monopoly, three television networks who together control the airwaves in evening news. i should mention the pentagon, the federal communication commission, and powerful quarters with in the nixon white house itself. in a few crowded years, tom and his band dispatched them all. there is a manifesto and government instruments record those no longer an extension cord for broadcast television but a robust alternative with hundreds of channels suited to every taste and interest. with the essential first steps toward today's system of universal 24/7 wireless voice and communications practically available to every office on the planet. he was working in a white house where intellectual band with was appreciated, dominated by henry kissinger, daniel patrick moynihan, arthur burns. his reputation had risen so high by the spring of 1974 that he was asked to chair a secret effort to plan an hour by hour government should president nixon resign his office, and after that they did not even know about. he he suddenly walked away from it all. he's all more clearly tha
drawn to it, or did it take some time to figure out this was the vehicle to return to network television? >> like everything, my life has always been a surprise, and i was surprised. i had been developing a series that was going to be a cable show, and that did not go. six months later, my manager says, i like this. i could not stop reading. i thought, abc wants to take this kind of risk, i would love to be part of it. i have not seen anything this big on television. what made it risky to you? >> the visuals had to be great, and there is a ticking clock of storytelling that you have to be true to every week. for me, it is risky, and it sells very different. it has been eight years doing very realistic medical drama, and this harkens back to nazi germany, modern-day conspiracy theories. every episode we are in a different country. it felt incredibly ambitious. argue there iscould always a risk in deciding to take time off now. it is a beautiful thing you did eight seasons on e r. i am not trying to count your money, but i assume you made a decent enough money to take some time off. it is
thousands performing in china's new year television spectacular. we get the first ever backstage glimpse of rehearsals. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and also around the globe. the birthplace of the arab spring is facing its biggest crisis since its revolution two years ago. tens of thousands of mourners attended the funeral procession in tunisia of the murdered opposition politician chokri belaid, a political killing that rocked the fledgling democracy and highlighted divisions between liberals, secular tunisian, and conservative islamists. >> there was genuine anguish across tunisia today. no or more so than in the home of chokri belaid. his wife and father sitting dignified. words of support to his daughter, whose father was assassinated on wednesday. a political murder that threatens to undermine to nietzsche's fledgling revolution -- undermined tunisia's fledgling revolution. >> my father wanted it to the democratic with a bright future. he always said the country was full of good things and believe political progress was possible here. >> as the coffin was
. >> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> san francisco 49ers are clearing out the lockers right now. >> good morning, i am kristen sze. >> 49ers coach jim harbaugh will talk to reporters any moment reflecting on a great season and the super bowl they tried so hard to win. abc7 news on reporter joins us from santa clara. >> the mood in the locker room is somber. kaepernick will remember this as the season of not being good enough. here he is moments ago. we shot this video in the locker room along with the team of the the players cleaned out their lockers this morning and said goodbye. some of them hugging the staff, signing footballs for some. we heard a lot of regret today. players say necessity have not watched the game or the media coverage of it. they say it is too hard. davis said that he doesn't feel good being home. he was hoping to be celebrating in the bahamas right now. >> it wasn't our time. it wasn't our time. last year, we made some progression from where we were. this year, we would have stepped, the next step. it is about progression. now we have
it comes to kids and tv, it is not just how much they watch. the new warnings about the effects we can't she the children. >>> and kpix is the official television station for the new bay bridge opening celebration. here is a live look at the new bridge as we count down to opening day. proposal -- leaked to the press this weekend -- is a back-up plan if congress can't reach a deal. still, republicans are accusing the president of going behind their backs. "13 the question we always ask ourselves particularly with this white house is is the president looking for a partisan advantage or bipartisan law.22 >>> republicans are accusing the president of going behind their back. >> the question that we always have to ask ourselves, particularly with this white house is the president looking for a partisan advantage or a bipartisan law. >> we will be prepared to go on with our own plans if talks break down. >> the proposal would allow some illegal immigrants to become permanent residents within eight years. it would require businesses to know the immigration sta
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from the experiment, a scarey moment to see on public television in croat croatia. >> live tv, anything can happen. time to answer the age old question, how many dudes does it take to get a stray cat out of your house? >> there's literally a random cat in here. he is in the other room now. >> i'm putting my money on the cat. >> i am too. >> the eyes are glowing. >> it tries to escape, hanging from the wall. >> i've never seen this cat before. >> it falls down the steps, now they're armed with a laundry basket, they're looking for it, and one kid is like it's in your dresser, man. >> be careful. >> i'm thinking, as i'm watching this, he's playing a joke on his friend -- >> oh, it is, how did it get back there? it was actually in the dresser, so then how do you get it out? >> that was like a magic trick. >> and it starts doing like par core movies all over the bedroo. then it's in the closet, under the bed, out of the closet, over that dude, and then they eventually get the cat outside. >> cat scratched fever. >>> this is one of those cool hack videos, but this is the travel edition with
. taylor we are aware of panasonic televisions and panasonipanasoni c cameras and things like that. you have a brand called your tv. what does that mean? >> guest: your tv is the latest innovation. people want their content the way they wanted when they wanted. they want to be able to communicate with each other. they want to use twitter and they want to see youtube. they want to shop. we are enabling that in a custom fashion on your tv. so we use facial recognition and voice recognition. you walk into a room and you say, my tv and immediately the screen shows your homepage. it's really the coolest thing. >> host: is on the market? >> guest: it will be on the market this spring. >> host: oled and 4k, what do these terms mean? >> guest: is the latest term and high-resolution. 4k is four times the resolution of what you have on your hdtv at home. it's got the same qualities as digital cinema that you have been seeing around the world. when you see a movie that's 4k resolution we can bring that into your home. oled is another technology for display so we had crt's for many years and those
decades parents have sclamed to their children to get away from that tv, you spend too much time on the internet, and, of course, you'll get nothing out of life playing video games. could all of this parental wisdom be totally wrong? draw from fields as diverse as neuroscience, economics and literary theory tonight's guest, steven johnson, argues that the junk culture we are so eager to dismiss is, in fact, making us more intelligent. after reading tonight's featured book, you may never complain or question the value of television, playstation or xbox ever again. steven johnson is the author of "the new york times" bestseller "mind wide open" and is the co-founder of the online magazine "feed." he also writes the emerging technology column for "discover" as well as contributing editor of "wired." here to discuss his new book titled "everything bad is good for you," please welcome steven johnson. >> yes. it's true. 15-year-olds all over the country are going to be sending me small bills and tchokes thank me for this book. thank you for coming out. and thank you, c-span audience, f
the television is outlooking for commercials. there's a group that comes out to watch the game and not looking for the new year's ads over the past 15 years or so. we start with bob shaw with super bowl ads of 1997. budweiser, the company that previously used frogs to prove how irresponsible its beer is now has other phraebs -- >>> this turtle does not have a drinking problem because aeug yells steal bird. at first i thought this ad was going to tell us responsible animals antedrink and drive but this is a very intivetive search back in for reasoning. >> what an increditable view. >> oh yeahs in in other address mall. another dog embarrasses his master. is your father dandruf did not make a lot of heels. miss piggy is hit on by a cad after her chips. >> i ate your chips. good night. mrs.big fbi wouldn't be so happy. >> taste what's next. pork the other white meet. >> some million dollars wor more vinceing than spwaoáef yap. >> why would a newborn want to surf with supermodels. and whey do car companies have such a fixation on bird droppings. believe it or not there's you tkeurty pweufrts do
. helen -- state television broadcast these images and claimed a military research facility was destroyed, but they said the air strike was aimed at stopping a shipment of weapons to hezbollah in lebanon. a foreign policy analyst i spoke to earlier, asking if syria wanted to influence. >> israel will claim it does not want to intervene, that this was an action against militants, but if you look at israel's real strategy, if you put yourself in the shoes of the prime minister's national security advisers and you wanted to buttress the regime of the dictator assad because you prefer that to a democracy, the one action you would take would be an attack on the regime. it seems counterintuitive, but it is not. this lends legitimacy to bashar al-assad. from israel's perspective this seems likely. >> is it likely israel consulted washington before it attacked? >> my understanding is israel did not inform washington it was going to do this. the united states check the box and said, we support israel's right to defend itself. this was not israel defending itself. this was a pre-emptive action, and
the place? suggesting that television images do not hurt children? >> greg: tv cliches hurt people more than tv violence. >> bob: like to cliche -- >> greg: is there anything you see op tv that you see is a cliche that isn't true? >> bob: i don't watch tv. football. >> greg: he came to play. there is a cliche. >> dana: it's true about the dad. hardworking normal dad who leaves at 7:30 and comes home at 6:00, he's a square nerd that is probably conservative. >> bob: that is probably true. but study after study after study knows -- i know you don't think research is important. but the kids -- >> greg: i'm the one that reads the research. >> bob: a lot of kids who watch television under the age of six who watch average of four hours a day have problems when they get older. >> kimberly: bob, where are you getting this from? the beckel almanac. >> bob: it's from the research. you want to see it right here. >> greg: we were talking about watching like action tv shows and boring stuff like "sesame street." >> andrea: hours of tv probably isn't good either because then you are a loner an you're not
television. >> the automatic spending cuts put in place in 2007 were designed to get congress to avoid them to come together with sensible approaches to debt reduction. >> andrea: john boehner called the current budget crisis one that the president, himself, created. >> this sequester was the president's idea. his party needs to follow through on their plans to replace them. >> andrea: this was the president's idea. carney the press secretary admitted as much to bret baier. the president in 2011 said he would veto any attempt to try to replace the cuts. now he is crying help, what do we do? kimberly, this sequester, i see it as two issues here. the political and policy. the policy being the actual cuts. $600 billion on defense scheduled to take place marm 1. political front, republicans sitting on their hands, they will let it happen it looks like. who loses. where does the fall-out hit if that happens? dims white house is hoping it will be more blame to republicans to in fact severely damage them going forward to 2016 and the different house and senate races, right? make them look like the
television, "the bill press show," now on current tv. you're telling me. >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me. >> absolutely! >> and so would mitt romeny. >> she's joy behar. >> and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> only on current tv. (vo) current tv gets the converstion started next. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> the troops love me. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. [ music ] >> nothing like a good country on good friday morning. we appreciate our dj/the guy who runs the board. that's dan. >> hi, there. >> you know i caught myself before i said it. >> what were you going do say? >> dan is screening the calls. you know me, that's my one horrible thing. >> a quick update. we got the world early this morning as we were going on the air, former mayor of new york city ed koch passed away 88 years old. mayor bloomberg has issued a couple of statements but probably the most important thing is they have call for all flags at city buildings to b
, it was really exciting. we were all 22, 23 years old. it was our first time in tv. the only rule that lorne had for us was to make each other laugh. it was so much fun. it was live. so vital and vibrant. today i write novels and plays. it i am maliki, it comes out two years from now -- if i am lucky, it comes at two years from now. then i would write something monday, it was on television on saturday. i could write something saturday and it would be on tv that night. it was immediate. we would have rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. on saturday night. the rehearsal audience would come to the studio. between dress and air, we rewrites everything and then another audience comes in for the live show. i would go upstairs between the show's end of something on the news struck me as funny, i would write it and put it on "weekend update." it would be on half an hour later. two times, i was under the update desk, handing out jokes that i had written for them. [laughter] it was just so immediate. as far as what i think of it today, i think it is really good. i think seth myers and kristin wiig and fred armisten cou
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-realism of television. if you are dumb enough to believe you can learn anything from tv like tv doesn't tell you anything about marriage, doesn't tell you anything about teen inning aers. teenagers. eye of pas. people on tv wear eye patches because they cool? no, they are pliend -- blind in one eye. it is not fare. i have an eye patch and it is not cool. the homeless guys that are always -- if you take him home and clean him up they will be nice. no they will take a dump in the living room. >> what are you watching? >> i am just watching -- -- he a bum who is taking a dump. i blame you. >> the only show that spoke the truth is "the brady bunch." they always had a great moral. do you remember the jesse james episode. >> idolizes jesse james, and then had a dream about jesse james killing his family. he stalled you not to idolize -- >> that was a dark episode of "the brady bunch." and jesse james was shooting his entire family. >> the only way "brady bunch" was realistic was if mr. brady had an affair with sam the butcher. how much does an architect make? not that much. >> are kids neutral, and is
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and starting fires. >> up next a new study about the harmful effects of tv on kids and what to do to re >>> it's not just about turning off the tv, it's about changing the channel. that's the latest advice from pediatricians when it comes to changing preschoolers behavior and even some so-called kids programs can set a violent example. television is a regular part of life at the walsh house. with six kids carrie and john say it's one way to keep them entertained. >> we have tvs in -- >> every room in the house. >> basically in every room and in the cars as well. >> reporter: but two new studies out in the journal of pediatrics today say tv could affect a child's behavior in a not watched end content. new zealand researchers looked at about 1,000 children and found the more tv kids watched the more anti social and aggressive they can become. in the second study researchers focused on preschool age kid and found they do imitate what they see on tv and do change their behavior for good or bad. >> a lot of children's programming, even though it's children's programming, still shows a lot of viole
of egypt has condemned fatwa issued on a satellite television channel. it called for the killing of leaders of the opposition. he said a religious violence or the threat of it had become the grossest -- one of the grossest challenges facing arab countries. it comes as challenge it -- thousands of protesters took to the streets in cairo. for the first time, european leaders have agreed to cut the eu budget. i took more than 24 hours of wall-to-wall negotiations to reach a deal -- it took more than 24 hours. there were major disagreements. one camp was determined to make major cuts, and another was set on keeping up the you put the public spending. austerity one out in the end -- austerity won out in the end. >> keeping his hands in pockets -- all part of the negotiation, but eventually, a deal. countries would contribute most to the budget fought hard to cut costs, arguing that this age of austerity demands nothing less. >> the british public can be proud we have cut the seven-year credit card limit for the european union for the first time ever. every previous time, the multi- year deals ha
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. still ahead.. two new studies point to serious side effects of kids watching too much t-v.. what increases their chances of committing a crime by 30-percent. ============b r e a k ============== >> call 911. ambulance >>> in today's healthwatch, new research finds a possible link between diabetes and an increased risk of a fatal heart attack. diabetes can double the risk of dying after a heart attack. but the reasons why are unknown at this point. the university of iowa study suggests the cause may be a heart enzyme that becomes overactive. >>> two studies are getting parents some guidance on what kids should watch on tv and how often. researchers found kids who watch tv extensively are more likely to exhibit anti-social and criminal behavior when they become adults. and in fact, the risk of a criminal conviction in early adulthood increased 30% with every hour children watch tv on an average weekend. the american academy of pediatrics recommend children can watch no more than two hours of quality programming per day. >>> and the second study
tv has become, the most watched television show between men my age i have never seen. sons of anarchy is apparently quite good. even its most dedicated fans only half watch it. ♪ sons of anarchy, a series about a fictional motorcycle gang grabs your attention right away. it's hard to imagine fans becoming distracted. but even this series has to compete with all the different devices in our lives. what's become known as the second screen phenomenon. people text or tweet during the super bowl. it is no longer interactive enough to hold our attention. with that in found, fx has issued this, the sons of anarchy app, which allows viewers to interact with the show. a hidden audio signal from the television syncs it with the show. the back story, even information about what they're wearing. the link to buy the clothing. >> it probably wouldn't be tom, a senior entrepreneur. magic ruby, this is the company that makes the sons of anarchy app. thank you for being with us. >> thank you for the television show. the killer motorcycle show would not be my very first one. i understand your the cre
with a broader topic. that is tv in general. the future of traditional television. with technology moving wait it is now, there are all of these devices coming to market that will allow people to skip through commercials, completely. or eliminate them completely, like hopper. how do you think traditional television has to change to accommodate that and perhaps more importantly can traditional television survive? >> first of all, it is really happening of course. i have three teenagers and they often watch shows dvr and an entire series at one time sometimes. but in the end, more people are watching television than ever. they are watching it in different ways. so story, story, story is what you've always got to remember. it is a matter of creators in the television studios to think of new ways to mon advertise and the bible, one of two things you do. either you have to have an event that someone watches live at that moment, like "the voice" for example. you need to watch that at the moment. or something you watch later and repeat on dvd. i think a bible series is both. it is an event, huge even
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information about any of these events, visit us at sf negotiation tv daunts org. and check us out on facebook and twitter. while you're on the web watchess on youtube for >> good morning, everybody. welcome to the technology summit. we are looking forward to a fantastic day. we are going to start with a demonstration of the wii system. it is an interactive gaming system that allows people to play different activities and participate in different fitness activities together. a lot of wii systems, about 40, are being deployed around the city to different senior centers and residents facilities to encourage older adults to get more involved with physical activity using technology. we're going to spend the first 30 minutes or so demonstrating the wii. not only will we demonstrate how to use it, but we will doe demonstrate adaptive devices so that it can be an inclusive activity for all adults and children. my name is dr. chris thompson from the university of san francisco. go, dons. 1855. i have not been there that long. i am in the department of exercise and sports science. i think it is a good
it change you. >> at first it made me a radical [ bleep ]. if i can use that word on television. >> we'll bleep it out. >> there we are, because suddenly you have all this power and all this money. you can buy whatever you want and i did. i bought stuff i didn't need. big boats. never used them, you know, at one point i had 12 houses in every part of the world, hawaii and ecuador and every state in the union and the bahamas. yes, i was being a jerk. it really is. >> we continued to chat with john mcafee. just this week he tells me the prime minister in belize dean barrow has ordered that evidence be found at any cost to implicate mcafee in the murder of his neighbor. we reached out to the office of the prime minister who had no comment on case. we also checked in with the police department in belize. they say the investigation is, quote, dragging along. this story is far from over. >>> one more thing we want to add. mcafee said he admires only one person in the silicon valley, the late steve jobs. >> incredible. i love steve jobs. i actually cried when i read his address to stanford. d
. >>> many russians are skeptical about what they see on television, tight media controls and self-censorship mean that criticism of the government is rare. one station is trying to regain viewers trust by turning to the internet. nhk world has the view from moscow. >> reporter: his face is everywhere. a leader in control. advising a judo team or fly with cranes. on russian tv, president putin is center stage. putin took power in 2000. since then, he has steadily increased government control of the media. it started with intimidation. television stations were paid a visit by security authorities. later, station owners were arrested. in recent years, the government has taken outright contr by buying up shares in the companies. but not all independent voices have been silenced. this internet tv station set up in 2010. most prefer a different take. here is one example. an anti-putin demonstration in december, as shown by this station. the report last one minute. it stopped immediately on the orders of police. the protest lasted into the night. and so did the news coverage. the owner i
you're going to do it. just step up to say thank-you thank-you public television for giving us great, great entertainment, ethical entertainment, entertainment that has integrity, and here's what you do. you can take this cd-rom once you've downloaded it into your computer, you now can send this as a gift to your uncle, your aunt, your mother your father. so it's $2500, $2500, $2500 $2500, you can save the whole world. you can be part of creating this new american dream by making sure others are protected. so this is my very favorite one of all, ernie. i want to find out what your 2nd favorite is. (suze) you got it! right now i need all of you to go to the phone, make that call of support, we want to hear from you we want to help insure your future, right now, joan has a few other things she wants to share with us. thank-you, well today suze's asking you to stand in your truth, to look within yourself and be honest about your relationships with those you love and your relationship with your money. and i'd like to encourage you to take this moment t
to turn off the tv. >> my kids are 3 and 6. i allow them to watch television, but small dosages. >> the thing, is, you only watch sex and the city marathons and you steal people's shoes and shove them into the or physicians. the orfices. >> this makes zero sense. why do we want wimpy kids? i was not an aggressive kid. i watched a lot of aggressive television and it taught me -- if anything it taught me how to deal with bullies. when he was coming at me with a baseball bat, it did not help me. >> but that's the p oi nt. it is not about violence. it is about the anti-realism of television. if you are dumb enough to believe you can learn anything from tv like tv doesn't tell you anything about marriage, doesn't tell you anything about teen inning aers. teenagers. eye of pas. people on tv wear eye patches because they cool? no, they are pliend -- blind in one eye. it is not fare. i have an eye patch and it is not cool. the homeless guys that are always -- if you take him home and clean him up they will be nice. no they will take a dump in the living room. >> what are you watching? >
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